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shore look like lakes following yesterday's torrential rain him we'll tell you why mother nature is not completely to blame for are you ready for football? the birds take to the field at the linc with their loyal fans cheering them on. first meteorologist chris sowers is tracking the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. it's a great day for a football game or practice or anything outside.e football weather out here, nydia, nice and comfortable, cpts anything anybody is -- crisp i don't think compl. the humidity has been so high that thursday and fridayncomfory with all the clouds and the coastal storm we managed a high of 79.y dropped off completely in the afternoon. dewpoints are now down into the
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50s. they had been in the upperto mio weeks straight. ovee lousy in terms of humidity. this is nice and comfortable. we'll keep it that i way for the row. 68 in allentown. 71 in philadelphia. 69 in look at that comfortable cool in the mountains, poconos reporting 9:00 a.m. temperature 62. not too bad. you wonder why so many rave it's comfortable and there's no humidity and not a cloud in the sky. mostly sunny and delightful. 83 degrees is the forecastedhig. as i mentioned a few seconds ago we have heat in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 90s are making a comeback, i'll let you know w i see you in a few minutes. philadelphia police made a quick arrest following a
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hit-and-run overnight. police were called to broad and lumbard at 2:30 a.m., they found a man who suffered cuts and bruises and head injury. an alert officer came upon the vehicle that was allegedly involved at 13th and catherine street the driver is facing numerous charges. police are working to see if the man shot and killed this weekend was the victim of a targeted attack. investigators release surveillance pictures of a man they say is wanted in connection with the crime. annie mccormick has the details. >> reporter: new images captured on surveillance video the moments after a deadly shooting. a pizza shop surveillance camera caught these photos. investigators want information from this man running northbound up haverford road toward wynnewood. the victim was found shot in the 2300 block of haverford road.
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>> the victim was laying on in the doorway of the apartment buildings. his friend was doing medical cpr and trying to help him. medics arrival and took him to the hospital. a short time later he was pronounced dead. >> reporter: a neighbor said she heard shots. >> she was walking the dog up at the corner. she heard bang bang. >> reporter: haverford police and the delaware county district attorney's office are investigating. they towed a vehicle from the scene. the victim's friend said the victim was coming from playing tennis. police have video of the victim leaving the pizza shop after picking up an order. this man was walking ahead of him. the pizza shop was half a block from the crime scene. investigators don't know what happened after the two walked out of the shop. the next time they see the man with the red hoodie is on camera
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running away. detectives are looking for any information. if you have information contact them (610)565-6500. reporting in haverford township, annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." >> from our new jersey newsroom owners of jersey shore homes are dealing with flooding after weekend storms. they blame the controversial dunes proje in margate were shut down so crews could repair and of water on friday. and saturday and sunday flooded some of the homes. the the 19 40s was doing a better job diewnls -- dunes ever will. high winds and driving rains along the shore submerged roads and cars ended up getting
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stalled out in the high water. stephanie trimmer, the president of the booster club in the cape penlopen school district started stealing from the booster bank account in 2015. they noticed that the account had a negative balance. trimmer made a court appearance and has been released on bond. there's a push from president trump to pass a republican healthcare bill. he is threatening to end required payments to insurance companies unless they repeal and replace the obamacare law. abc's money in a -- mona
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rivera has more. >> reporter: the rule cloture td debate. this year they used record reconcilia a 50-vote majority. the president is reeling from the obama care repeal vote which senator john mccain defeated do. reince priebus has been replaced kelly, reince priebus was 6 months on the job before he became the target of anthony scaramucci. reens recent said changes can be -- reince priebus said change could be a good thing. >> hitting a good thing. the president did that. it's always a little mixed when things like this happen.
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enerally feel good. >> senior white house aids are calling for more shakeups. >> these are not republicans, who have been working in the party and working in the vineyards for years. >> reporter: some aids are encouraging the president to move embattled attorney general jeff sessions to the vacant top spot at the department of homeland security. that would allow trump to bring in a new attorney general who would oversea the russia investigation. abc news new york. >> happening this week, senator john mccain is expected to begin radiation and chemo therapy treatment. elgin tomorrow at the mayo in ps vote to block his party's attempt to repeal parts of the affordable care act. the 80-year-old diagnosed with an aggressive form of brain cancer. he is expected to return to washington after the august
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recess. this is the day eagless have been waiting for since january 3. the birds are holding a free practice at lincoln field. fans will get a look at the team, including quarterback carson wentz. the gates opened a little more than half-hour ago. today is military appreciation day. two kiosks on head plaza will be offering all active and retired members of the military a voucher for a free hot dog and nonalcoholic drink. cyclists lined up and took part in the 30th annual tour de shore. they took off from the irish pub in center city to ride 65 miles per hour to atlantic city. more than $million has been raised this year. the money goes to families of fall p in the greater philadelphia and southern new jersey areas. all right, there is big
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already. looking live philadelphia intea great start to a sunday. is it going to lasmeteorologists the answer in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when we come right back. ♪
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asian-american journalists who are here in america for the
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conference. a special hello to tyler whose mom is a special asian-american journalist in our area. >> the young gentleman that looked up to you. >> that is jack lee who told me i was his inspiration for getting into journalism, that's honor. >> reporter: very nice, they are enjoying nice fall temperatures this morning. let's go live outside, sky6 live hd down in cape may. this is a perfect beach day, you won't want to get off the beach all day long. highs in the upper 70s, no humidity at all and nice gentle breeze out of the north/northwest later on will make for perfect conditions lehigh valleys. with that said we'll look at the temperatures here, we're not expecting much in the way of heat. it will warm up tomorrow, 87, 88. tuesday, we'll see high
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noteratures close to 09. feel all that bad. it will be a comfortable 90 degrees. 71 in philadelphia. allentown, 68. beach haven, 70 degrees, 69 in cape may. dover checking in at 70. it's coolest it will ever get for july in this part of the temperature. high temperatures topping out in the low 80s. 81 by 3:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m., 87. the temperature will fall back into the low 60s overnight tonight and upper 50s outlying suburbs. nice evening coming up. 83 degrees is the high temperature. the normal 87. 62 is where we started out this morning. here's a lookite and radar you can kind of see where the high is, this huge little outlook -- outline, nothing
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going on, the winds blow clockwise around the high. as long as the high is here, winds stay in t north/northwesterly direction that means comfortable air from canada. if we were living in the front range of the rockies, they aren. the packed northwest topping out in the triple digits. fortunately all that heat will stay to the west over the next few days, you can see how far south the trough or pocket of cooler air is sinking it's getting into the panhandle of florida, which is very, very rare for career. are -- usually the jet stream is running close to the u.s./canadian border. today it took a dip down to florida which is good for us. overnight tonight sky conditions clear, maybe cumulus clouds bubbling up by afternoon.
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nothing threatening. next chance of showers and thunderstorms, there's a slight chance thursday and better chance friday. the next several days look very, very nice. 84 in allentown. millville, 80. dover, 80. 70s jersey shore. poconos looking good, big race in the mountains. lots of sunshine, low humidity, only 75 degrees, can you imaginy a cloud in the sky. jersey shore you have a nice gentle breeze you'll see the breeze all day long, 79 degrees is the air temperature today. sunny andcean water temperature, the only issue is the high risk for ripur guarded beaches the exclusive accuweather five-day forecast, sunny and delightful today, 83. warmer tomorrow, 87. even tuesday even though we're up to 90. it's not bad, humidity is low, wednesday and thursday is where the humidity starts climbing once again, friday chance of a thunderstorm, 87.>> chris, tha.
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surprising information about how a sweet tooth effects us. sugar can have negative consequences on a man more than women. men are 23% more likely to develop depression or obesity. there's a warning about extreme exercising. experts say it could lead to are a life threatening condition. it can be treated we
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rehydration, but severe cases can result in dialysis or surgery. those who worked out on a regular basis but push themselves too hard or try an exercise that target different muscles can be affected. doctors warn to take it slow and hydrate before during and after the workout. >> good advice. losing weight can help you improve your health. >> a doctor in south jersey is offering a program that can beat the battle of the bulge. ali gorman has the details. >> blood pressure fantastic. >> reporter: rick has lost 65 pounds in 6 months.efe. now, he is off one blood pressure medication, the dose for another is cut down. i feel great. i really do. >> reporter: he followed a
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program medical weight loss in south jersey. dr. matthew pinto specializes in obesity medicine. >> he came in with high blood pressure and he had a stent in his heart. >> reporter: he is a real estate agent he wanted to weight-loss plan that was convenient to follow. he decided on meal replacement. >> once i found what i like, that was day i would have the shake or bars that was all i had for almost four weeks. >> he took a prescription appe. there are several approved by the fda. but they are not for everyone and again patients must be monitored. >> physician can prescribe
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them, but it's better to go to somebody specializinghese drugs. >> he has switched to healthy foods and feels addicted to being healthy. he has a lot to live for. especially four grandchildren. >> i want to be around for all four of them. >> reporter: doctor said for anyone looking to lose weight you want to recognize where you are, you can calculate your body mass index online. keep a food journal to figure out how many calories you're eating versus how many you need to cut. we have links at 6abc.com/"healthcheck." ali gorman channel 6 "action news." lcome back everyone, 925 arm,
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sunday morning. take a look at the numbers across the region. rainfall totals during the month of july. atlantic city over ten inches of rain. that's at the airport. egg harbor picked up 8 inches of rain alone. reading 8-point are 45. allentown, 8 inches of rain. wilmington, 6.75. philadelphia, 5.35. atlantic city that's 2 1/2 times the normal rain you should be seeing. unusual amount of rain. now we'll dry out. high pressure builds in from the northwest. the winds blow around clockwise fashion. everybody is drying out. you can see the moisture kind of wrapping in around that area of high pressure. that will set up shop for the next several days. take a look at this, the next chance of measurable rain is not until friday that's in the form. thunderstorms.
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nice and dry today through thursday. >> good news. ey a federal court to review its regulation on the size of an airline seat. this is a safety issue. flyers rights argue that smaller seats put passengers' health as risk for conditions such as blood clots in the legs. average width of seats has been cut in half, leg roomed decreased dramatically. airlines said this has enabledded -- ebb enbe abled them to move fares. j.c. penny is closing three stores in our area are at king of prussia and philadelphia miss and willow grove park. about five thousand employees will lose their jobs as a result.
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liquidation sales are taking place at the stores right now. there's good news to tell you about if you're looking for a job, because amazon wants to hear from you. they are planning one day giant job fair. they hope to fill 50,000 jobs at ten fulfillment centers across the country. positions are available at centers located in the delaware valley. managers will higher people right on the spot next wednesday. the jobs will be full time and come withwe have more at our wee 6abc.com. it's that time of year again back to school shopping. families are expected to spend $700 for the upcoming year, spent on clothes, shoes andsupp. more than half surveyed said they would by electric--
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electronic to contribute up to $40 for the supplies they need. >> almost time back to school.. 9:26. you set the robotic vacuum cleaner and let it do what it does, what is it doing while it's clearing out the dirt. a man made a thousand mile journey, we'll tell you why. meteorologist chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, how long will our gorgeous weather last? we'll tell you when "action news"
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police in australia stopped what they believe the first plot in this country to bring down a plane. lightning hits people on a florida beach and a man from philadelphia is killed. crystal clear skies, the rain is gone and nothing but sunshine for your sunday. meteorologist chris sowers joins us now with a look at the accuweather forecast. chris, we're in love with this weather. >> reporter: really, really nice, right. over the next several days we'll enjoying sunshine.
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our producer, paul sent in this shot from stone harbor, look at that. this was a couple of hours ago, folks on the sand getting ready to make their way on the beach and enjoy a nice day here. the only issue down the jersey shore, high risk for rip currents. if you're going to venture into the water, be very, very careful. we know how dangerous the rip currents can be. tomorrow that risk eases a little bit. 84 degrees, delightful, the normal 87. allentown, 84. cape may, 79. dover, 80. sunny and pleasant. on the boards in atlantic city, 78 or 79. hour by hour, lots of sunshine, hardly a cloud in the sky, 3:00 p.m., 83. 5:00 p.m., 83 or 84. a good four or five degrees below the seasonal average. this will not last, we have 90s to talk about in the
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seven-day forecast. i'll have much more detail on that when i see you in a few minutes. >> 9:32 a.m., shocking news coming from overseas. authorities in australia say they have stopped a potential terror plot to bring down an airplane. >> four men have been taken into a custody after raids on a home in sydney. abc's brad m details. >> reporter: australian woke up to police conducting raids in five locations around sydney. >> there has been a major joint counter-terrorism operation to disrupt a terrorist plot to bring down an airplane. >> some people in sydney were planning a terror attack using an improvised device. >> reporter: 40 police officers wearing gas masks stormed a house finding a explosive device. >> people were screaming aith .
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>> reporter: officials did not release the specific on the time and location of the alleged plot. >> it was islamic-inspired terrorism. >> reporter: increased security measures are in effect at at all airports. police say so far none of the su charged. brad milky, abc news new york. the united states has shown its might following the north korea missile test that proved its ability to strike america's mainland. two b-1 bombers flew over the korean peninsula. friday north korea conducted a successful test of an inter continental ballistic missile that showed irts ability to strike the -- its abbott to strike the -- it's ability to strike the u.s.
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35-year-old lamar rayfield was lightning on a florida beach. the men you're about to hear from, as well as another person were strck lightning. >> i seen it go right through him, the sparks came out, got him, they both at the same time collapsed and of course they got me, too. >> rayfield's friends say the philly native was a f career and song writer. this weekend a south jersey house fire left a 4-year-old dead. firefighters continue to sift through the rowbl of the home to find out what started the fire. the fire ripped through the home onk of morton street in camden. four children and two adults escaped the flames, but 4-yard
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liani williams died in the fire. her grandmother tried to describe this little girl. >> she was so vibrant, it's hard on all of us. >> reporter: the other 6 people were treated at consumer university medical center. the family lost everything in the fire. a neighbor's home was damaged. this morning the red cross is helping the victims. dozens of young protesters gathered in camden in an effort to save a school. >> if we don't get it, shut it down. >> they are opposing plans to demolish the high school. the students say their voices have not been heard when it comes to saving the 01-year-old building. it's going to be torn down in october and replaced with a new building. philadelphia top cop is taking issue about the comments made by president donald trump.
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friday speaking in new york, president trump pledges to destroy the violent ms-13 street game. he suggestedded to -- suggestedo the audience filled with law enforce. it's okay to be rougher with suspects. richard ross tweeted our department did not condone the mistreatment of prisoners, here's what president trump had to say. >> you've seen them in thrown in rough, i said please don't be too nice, when you guys put somebody in the car and protecting their head, the way you put your hand, don't hit their head and they have just killed somebody, don't hit their head. i said you can take the hand away, okay. >> after that remark, philadelphia police commissioner, richard ross tweeted our department does not condone the mistreatment of prisoners, we'll treat arrested persons with respect and
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dignity. john kelly will be taking over as chief of staff tomorrow. some aids are encouraging the president to move jeff sessions to the homeland security department. that would allow president trump to bring in a new attorney general that would oversea the russian investigation. >> 9:37 a.m., a 37-year-old new york man is in the hospital right now after a mysterious package left on a doorstep exploded and left him critically injured. federal authorities are searching for the person who left the bomb disguised as a baggage. it sat there for days before it exploded. cell phone video shows the landlord on the ground after the package exploded and after the man was burned by the flames. >> i saw a man in the grass he was on fire he was screaming out
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in pain. flames engulfed his whole top half. >> frightening situation, the family who lives at the home said they saw the package, but since it was not addressed to them, they left it outside. they say it may have been there for as long as a week. quite a mystery. much more to come on "action news," young hero, how an 8-year-old boy saved the day which the family home caught on fire. parts of the nation are dealing with the aftermath of a stormy saturday. let's take you live outside, beautiful sunday morning, sky6 live hd over wilmington, delaware, meteorologist chris sowers tracking this fall-like weather. will it stick around? will the summer return? the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when we come back.
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>> a rare nor'easter type of storm that dropped torrential rain caused major flash flooding
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and forced the governor of west virginia to declare a state of emergency. an emergency shelter is set up for the vac -- evacuees and anyone else who needs emergency services. roads were closed and cars submerged throughout the town of shady side. nobody was hurt. 9:41 a great start to sunday morning. i want to bottle it up and sell it to the highest bird. >> reporter: bidder. [laughter] >> reporter: the good news we'll do this tomorrow and tuesday and wednesday. the weather pattern is nice and quiet in the short term. it's not until thursday night and friday when the humidity becomes unbearable again. in the meantime enjoy it. we deserve a break it's been a couple of stifling weeks around
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the delaware and lehigh valleys. we'll put storm tracker 6 live on vacation for a couple of days from all the crazy weather we've had. allentown, 68. no humidity out there. poconos, 62. millville, 69. trenton, 6 degrees, talking about the humidity for that, we look at the dewpoint temperatures anytime you're sitting below 60 that's very, very comfortable, especially for this time of the year. dover, 61 maybe a little bit of humidity down there. everybody else cool. poconos 46. allentown, 53. jersey shore, mid 50s that puts us right there in the comfort zone. we'll stay there monday and tuesday, wednesday and thursday it gets a little bit higher, but only in the slightly humid category. thursday night into friday, this thing starts spiking, you will wish you had a bottled up nice day that gray was just talking about. let's go a little bit wider here. dewpoints across the eastern half of the united states. a whole area cleared out.
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you have to go on the coast to pick up any humidity, places like mobile alabama, new orleans, dallas, those are the humid locations across the lower 48. at the same time last week this whole area was in the 60s and 70s. it's thanks to this huge area of high pressure right here, it's dropped down to the south. they are baking across the heartland of the nation, as long as high pressure is in control of our weather we'll see cool temperatures at night, nice temperatures during the day, no humidity and ton of sunshine. sunny skies, pleasant today, 83 degrees is the forecasted high. light breezes out of the north at 10 to 15 miles per hour. really, it doesn't matter when you have plans. it will be nice out there. 11:00 a.m., 78 degrees, 3:00 p.m., 83, 5:00 p.m., 8. jersey shore, beach haven, 78 on the sand.
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atlantic, 79. sea isle city, same number. cape may, 79. delaware beaches, 80. mostly sunny and breezy. we run the high risk of rip currents, so be careful as you head into the water. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, we've limited the heat wave thursday will be cooler. temperatures 88. no three days in a row assuming are that modeling is correct. sunny skies, today, 83. mostly sunny and warmer tomorrow, 87. tuesday, sunny and hot, comfortable, 90. wednesday, a tad more humid, 91 feels like 92 or 93. thursday, the funny thing it's one of the cooler day, 88, the humidity is so high it will feel like 95 or 96. friday, 87. are are the saturday, 84. we have not one, not two, but three coming up. >> an 8-year-old in new
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hampshire is honored for his quick thinking after his family home caught on fire. he was home with his dad an siblings last sunday. his father cut his grass and put the lawnmower back into the home attached to the barn. he noticed flames shooting from the barn. he told his son to call 911. harrison did just that and more and grabbed his baby sister and carried her to an oak tree in the front yard. >> he has her in one hand and the phone in the other and chatting to 9 tree was a designd meeting spot in the family's fire safety plan once they practiced a few weeks ago. the fire destroyed the family home, but they say they will rebuild.
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>> welcome back everybody, on a sunday morning, 9:48 a.m., 71 degrees, sky6 live hd giving you that beautiful glimpse there of the commodore barry bridge. can you feel the feel the fall in the air? will it last? meteorologist chris sowers will let you know in just a bit. forbes magazine released its list of the top colleges in each state. swarthmore college took top billing, the third highest producer of phd students in the country. in new jersey, princeton, nine
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current faculty members at the ivy league school are no bell prize recipients. university of penn is ranked third in the country. did you ever a rear view mirror -- have a roomb a? it collects data creating a map of your home that the company said they are considering to selling to apple google or amazon. they can use data to create new smart home products. they insist they will not sell your data without your permission. step aside youtube, they plan to launch facebook tv.
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the first show in the new lineup of scripted entertainment will be loosely exactly nicole who was previously cancelled by mtv. sciences have created a worm like robot that can grow 25,000 times its original size. it could help with search and rescue efforts looking for victims beneath rubble following an earthquake. air is pumped through the chamber and squeeze through small holes and go around roberts. it's could be used in surgery to guide catheters. that's a look at technically speaking. we'll be back with the sunday morning sports. welcome back o,
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it is a glorious day out there, sky6 live hd taking a live look at cape may, new jersey. 9:53 a.m., 71 degrees, 79 degrees is that what you said, chris? 79 degrees. the phillies hope to make it win number three against the braves at the bank. >> the eagles begin practice in just a few minutes before their loved fans. here's jeff skeverski. >> reporter: eagles wide receiver, screfery downplays the play that left him on the ground. he left briefly and returned, he is fine.
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nick foles did not elbow sorene. for the first time in camp, eagles in full pads, they won't start hitting until tuesday. carson wentz hitting all hiso p, he didn't miss a sickle throw, just ask his coach. >> mean today was a good day for the whole offense. i mean, we had a few snafus here and there, but it was a good day. in the pass game in particular with we cued it well. it's only one practice i'm not going to get too excited. but it's the best we've executed since i've been here. >> reporter: that has to sound good for this guy, eagles owner, jeffrey lori talking to sydney jones. eagles at the linc today at 10 am for their first open practice for the public, the guys cannot
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wait to play in front of the eagles fans. >> i'm big on the fans to come so we can spend time with them and sign autographs for them. it's football, is football. whether we're playing with one person or out in the link with 70,000 people we need to be sharp and make plays. >> reporter: the phillies have been red hot at the plate, scored 23 runs in the last three games. early hole last night doesn't stop the fightin' from fighting back. altier gets the phils win 1. in the 9th, little bull comes up big. flip the bat all you want, game-tieing homer, 3-3. bases loaded 2-out. tism -- tie kellies up the tie.
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phillies win 4-3. phillies winning again, they have won seven of their last ten. >> that game tieing home run was outstanding and then we went to the tie breaker, old tie kelly, i had to use that. that's the sports, i'm jeff skeverski have a great day. all right 9:56 a.m., a california man bikes 2,000 miles across the country to wayne county pennsylvania for charity. he began the ride on june 18 outside of los angeles and wrapped up in the town of harley on thursday, he said it was an experience like none other. >> exhilarating,tial, draining, frustrating, every emotion a human being can havive i've seen america in a way i never thought america existed.
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>> he is the founder of courageous here's foundation. the charity was formed to help men and boys who were sexually abused. boyd was not alone on his long d accompanied in a truck across 11 states. >> there's much more to come on sunday morning edition of "action news," a lego masterpiece. we'll show you a pretty incredible creation. there could danger lurking as you set off to boat this weekend. plus, meteorologist chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when "action news" continues on a sunday morning right after this the mercedes-benz summer event. get to your dealer today for incredible once-a-season offers,
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sunderland, july 30th. in the news a pedestrian is badly injured after a hit-and-run overnight. the suspected driver captured by police. parts of the jersey shore look more like lakes following yesterday's torrential rains, we'll tell you why mother nature was not to blame for all the flooding. are you reading for football, the birds take to the field at the lik -- linc with their loyal fans cheering them on. those stories, but first, chris
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sowers has a beautiful day. >> reporter: it's a beautiful day. yesterday was rainy and today we're seeing clear skies and bright blue, the sun is shining brightly, the humidity dropped off. it's a delightful morning. 68 in pottstown. slatington, 63. lake harmony after a morning low of 50, 66. newtown, 68. center city, 73. glassboro, 72. gandys beach 72. dover, 73 and down at the jersey shore, a beautiful morning there, brigantine 71 degrees, cape may, 72. high pressure sliding in from the west, when you have a high over top of you the air sinks, it's impossible to get any cloud coffer. today is one of those days, beautiful from start to finish. pool forecast, sunny skies, low
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humidity, apply the sunscreen, uv index is high, 2:00 p.m. temperature, 82, 3:00 p.m., 83. we're looking at 82 degrees again by 4:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m., temperatures start to drop into the 70s. by 10:00 p.m. we're down to 72. again without the humidity, that 72 may feel chilly to some of you with the breeze blowing. nice comfortable finish to the weekend. tomorrow, equally nice, a tad bit warmer. tuesday and wednesday the numbers start climbing again, i'll let you know when the next chance of rain is when i see you in just a few minutes. >> philadelphia police make a quick arrest following a hit-and-run overnight. police were called to broad street near lumbard in center city around 2:00 a.m. they found a man suffering from cuts and bruises and head injury. he was taken to hanheman hospital for treatment. an alert officer came upon the vehicle at 13th and catherine
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street, it had new york plates and the driver was taken into custody and faces a list of charges. delaware county police working to see if a man shot and killed this weekend was the victim of a targeted attack. investigators have released surveillance pictures of the man wanted for questioning in connection with the crime. annie mccormick has the details. >> reporter: new images captured on surveillance video the moments after deadly shooting. a pizza shop surveillance system captured these photos. investigators want information from this man seen running northbound up haverford road toward wynnewood. the victim was found shot outside a friend's apartment on the 2300 block of haverford road. >> the victim was laying in the doorway of the apartment building. his friend was doing medical cpr. medics arrived and took him to the hospital, a short time later he was pronounced >> reporter: shortly before
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police arrived, john buchananen said a neighbor heard shots. >> she was walking her dog up near the corner. they heard bang bang. >> reporter: delaware police and the district attorney office are investigating. they towed a vehicle from the scene. they interviewed witnesses. the victim's friend said the victim was coming from playing tennis. police have video showing the victim leaving the pizza shop after picking up an order. when he exits this man is walking several feet ahead of him. the pizza shop was a half block from the crime scene. investigators don't know what happened after the two walked out of the shop. the next time they see the man in the red hoodie on camera is when he is running away. >> reporter: delaware county district attorney office is looking for information. if you have information contact them at (610)565-6500. reporting in haverford township. annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." >> from our new jersey newsroom, owners of jersey shore homes are dealing with flooding
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after weekend storms. they blame the controversial dune project. the beaches in margate were shut down earlier this summer so crews could repair and replenish the dunes. storms flooded the homes. some claim the sea wall built in the 19 ho has done a better job protecting the beachfront properties from flooding and storms. parts of atlantic city and wildwood got up to five inches of rain yesterday. high winds and driving rains submerged streets. park avenue and 26th street looked like a small lake. some cars were stalled out in the high water. a woman in delaware is accused of stealing $28,000 from a high school lacrosse team booster club. stephanie trimmer, the president of the booster club is charged with theft. delaware state police say she began stealing in february of
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2016. the school district notified them in june, they noticed the account had a negative balance. trimmer has made a court appearance and released on bond. this morning there's a wish from trump to pass a republican healthcare bill. he is once again threatening to end required payments to insurance companies unless lawmakers repeal and replace obama's signature healthcare law. >> this comes assets the reset button on his administration. >> reporter: president trump taking to twitter and rally for change against the senate filibuster rule that rule known as cloch -- you president is reg
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from the obama care repeal vote which john mccain defeated with a thumbs down. reince priebus has been replaced with john kelly. reince priebus spent 6 months on the job before he become the target of anthony scaramucci. reince priebus said change can be a good thing. >> hitting the reset button is a good thing. the president did that, he is happy. it's always mix when things like this a happy. i generally feel pretty good. >> reporter: how far, some senior white house aids are calling for more shakeups. >> these are not people who have been in the party and working in the vineyards for years and helped elect the people who are in congress. >> reporter: abc news has learned that some aids are encouraging the president to move jeff sessions to the vacant top spot at the department of
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homeland security. that would allow president trump to bring in a new attorney general that would oversea the russian investigation. abc news new york. >> 10:07 a.m. happening this week, senator john mccain is expected to begin radiation and chemo therapy. elgin that treatment tomorrow at the mayo center in phoenix following his decisive vote to block the attempt to repeal the affordable care act. the 80-year-old center was diagnosed with an aggressive form of brain cancer. he is scheduled to return to washington after the august recess. it's been nearly 7 months since we've seen the eagles in play and if you've been in withdrawal no more. today we get a chance to sample the season ahead right here at home. >> the fans take to the field for an open practice for the loyal fans.
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bob brooks has the greatest assignment because he is inside the stadium for all the fanfare, exciting time. >> reporter: sorry it might be a little bit loud right now we're literally 3 feet from a giant speaker right now, other than that it's an amazing time down here at the stadium, like you guys said so many people have been waiting for the day to come, now it's here, the first full free practice of the eagles. you can see they have taken the field and right there, i'm not sure if we can see him, i'm going to hospital in front of the camera again, number 11, carson wentz on the field warming up. you might notice inside the letters, camouflage it's military appreciation day. let's take a look. it's a day thousands of fans have been waiting for. the first free open practice at the linc to seep the birds in action. just because it's practice doesn't mean there's any shortage of excitement or
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festivities. kids can rock climb and get an autograph. it's a great day for families. >> we're bringing our group of people out here, come out and meet the players, see the field firsthand. >> seems carson wentz might be the most popular today. >> i want to see all the players, and i want to meet carson wentz he is my favorite. >> reporter: and that was the response i got from most people down here, the whole place is flooded with carson wentz jersey, although we love our entire squad. it's military appreciation day, if you go to head house plaza you can get free gifts for active and military veterans. a special thank you to our servicemen and women, of course. bob brooks channel 6 "action news." >> great day for football. thank you, bob. this morning, more than 2500
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cyclists put the pedal to the pavement for a worthy cause, they lined up and took part in the 30th annual tour de shore. cyclists took off from the irish pub to ride 65 miles per hour to atlantic city. $1 million has been raised this year, the money goes to families of fallen police officers and firefighters in the greater philadelphia and southern new jersey areas. >> it's a fun ride and such a great cause. 10:10 a.m., he is winning over the internet with his songs. we'll introduce you to a little boy who is belting out whitney houston songs. plus the effort to help out a hump backed what he will caught in fishing lines. looking live at the ben franklin bridge, what a day it is out there, meteorologist chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast after the break.
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>> efforts to rescue a whale tangled in a fishing line off the california coast continues for a second day. the humpback whale was spotted yesterday afternoon. they tried to free him and lost sight and lost light. they are doubling a search party and marine mammal rescue teams are ready to move in. it is believed that the whale was swimming through lobster
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traps when it became entangled. >> it's really nice out there. irrelevance a touch of fall out there. we have 60s and 70s and a lot of us in the 50s. wiggins park in camden, you can see the sun shining down brightly. it's a gorgeous morning. the humidity has come down, the temperatures are very, very comfortable. satellite and radar behind me here, there's really not too much to talk about yesterday's coastal storm is well out to sea now, all the way up into the canadian maritimes. this is high pressure starting to build in from the northwest. that will provide us with a nice stretch of weather here, we could four state days of wall-to-wall blue skies. 73 degrees in philadelphia. dewpoint of 53. anytime the dewpoint drops below 60 it's very comfortable out there. we'll stay in the 50s over the next few days. pressure rising, winds out of the north/northwest at 13 miles per hour. 72 in allentown, 73 in philadelphia.
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millville, 72. cape may, 72. lancaster, checking in at 73 degrees. let's go back over to satellite and radar, and, again, with high pressure planted over top of us, and moving so slowly, sunny conditions for the next three days, maybe a couple of clouds mixed in from time to time. it shunlts -- should not be a big deal. even wednesday nice conditions. wall-to-wall blue skies, we'll fast forwards this into tonight, clear arena comfortable, another night to keep the windows open and enjoy the fresh air. 7:00 p.m. tomorrow evening same thing clear skies, just a couple of cumulus clouds popping up, that's about it. nothing turning threatening. the heat moves in. this go around, a couple of things we'll not see a heat wave, at least according to the latest forecast guidance. we'll see two days of 90-degree
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temperatures instead of 3. it will not be as oppressive as last week when we were talking about temperatures in the triple digits. tuesday, 09. feels like 90. high temperatures, 791. feeling like 94. thursday, the temperature drops, 88 degrees is the high, the feels like temperature will feel like 96. thursday is the most uncomfortable day in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. friday is a little stifling, as well, the actual air temperature continues to drop off a little bit. 83 degrees nice in philadelphia. reading, 85. 80 in millville. 79 in cape may. dover, 80 degrees, if you're heading to the phillies game, sunny skies, apply the sunscreen. first pitch temperature 81. 9th inning, 83 degrees. poconos race weekend up there. 75 degrees for the high. jersey shore, picture-perfect
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conditions, 78 degrees. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 83 today, more sunshine 87. comfortable 90-degree tuesday, wednesday more humid, but manageable. more humidity conviction in thursday and friday, 88, 87. thunderstorm threat friday. that's a warning this morning for boaters about a hidden danger in the water. we have details about the dangerous levels of carbon monoxide. >> reporter: 16-year-old raven loved spending time in the water, 2016 after hanging out on a boat swim platform on a north carolina lake she fell into the water and drawn. a toxicology report blamed carbon monoxide poisoning. >> be high levels of carbon monoxide.
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>> a lot of folks are not informed on this topic. we encounters this on a regular basis. >> reporter: co poisoning contributing to 14 deaths in t . in some spots when the engine is running exhausts collect around the back of the boat. built after 2011 likely have converter. there are thousands of boats that are on the water. >> some say a headache from the beer or the sun or i'm not drinking water, but co. >> we hit the southern river in maryland with ski boat and nonprofit that stresses century safety boats. i put on a carbon monoxide meter to see if high levels reach the
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back seat of the body. another e swim platform the most dangerous part of the boat. the alarm goes off when i toxicn the air. it can be harmful with as little as 15 minutes of exposure. less than two minutes into ther. what's the danger zone? >> it's timee level. >> reporter: nearly 20 minutes into the demo my alarm detecting dangerous levels of co in the back of the boat where anybody might sit. the coast guard's warms accumulation can form in the rear of the boat. >> you don't want to be sitting in the back while going at a low speed. >> reporter: we want to keep people away from the back of the boat at a low speed or when the
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boat is running at all. officials help it will prevent another case like ravens. a faf
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course inside as the bear enjoyed cooling down in the water. the family said it was a smart bear because it later returned to cool off agaieet mr. handsoma 31-pound cat found roaming the streets in north carolina. normally he would be in the kennel with the rest of the cats, but he is too big. he can be found hanging out on the lower shelve. he is such a viral sensation, he developed a raffle for him to determine who gives him a special home. >> reporter: this is a 9-year-old from texas, shane miller who has downs syndrome sings along in the car. his mother watched a gowment tri with the superstar a month ago,
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mom began recording him and posted the votes on youtube on a channel called amazing game. it's so popular that more than 5 million people have tuned in as for dane's new found popularity, he said it makes me happy. >> it makes us happy, too. >> love the movements. >> he has a good voice, too. sounds good, looks good. 10:22, tell us what you think about these videos by going to facebook and twitter accounts. inside story is coming up later on 6abc. here's monica malpass with a preview. >> reporter: high guys coming up on inside story, did a philadelphia political icon pay off a competitor not to run against him? we'll talk about that. did allentown and reading's mayors put up for sale signs on city halls, pay to play is the
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allegation. coming up on inside story, i'm monica malpass, join us. >> so glad you stayed with us,
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look at this, an organ man -- oregon man put his skills to work and created a waterfall. he said legos since he was a child. he recreates places that he visitors. he is now looking for venue where he can display the waterfall so everyone can enjoy it.
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>> i would like to see that. pretty cool. >> where does he get the time? >> that's a big question. >> reporter: you ever go to downtown disney in disney world. they have tons of sculptures like that. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, sunny and beautiful, 83. tomorrow, warmer and comfortable in the humidity department. 87. tuesday and wednesday, 90. 91, thursday and friday stifling stuff gets back in here, 88, 87. feels-like temperatures in the low to mid 90s. thunderstorm threat friday and saturday. enjoy the next few days. >> this week with george stephanopoulos is coming up next. >> this morning martha raddatz hosts. >> reporter: good morning nydia and gray it's the question on everyone's minds what's next for
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healthcare, i'll take that to hhs secretary tom price this morning and find occupant where the trump administration goes from here on obama care. continues as president trump's chief of staff reince priebus steps down. what's behind the change, how will the new chief of staff general john kelly deal with dysfunction in the west wing. i'll talk to former chief of staff and clinton campaign chair john podesta about that, plus the round table coming up on this week. nydia and gray back to you. >> "action news" continues at noon. here's some of the stories we're working on for you, a dog who couldn't fulfill the role of a service dog is making a difference at a local courthouse. accounts that inspires children to dream big celebrates the end of the summer season. now for gray hall, chris sowers, and the entire "action news" team, i'm nydia han.
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have a great morning, we'll see you back here at noon.
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"this week" with george stephanopoulos starts right now. >> inside the war at the white house. >> if reince wants to explain that he's not a leaker, let him do that. >> the president's major shakeup, replacing his chief of staff. >> john kelly will do a fantastic job. >> and seemingly embracing his bombastic new communications director. >> putting anthony scaramucci in that job was like throwing a grenade into an ongoing civil war in the white house. >> will there be more changes? and is the west wing drama damaging trump's ability to govern? we'll get the very latest reporting from jonathan karl and the reaction from trump country radio

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